Enterprise 2.0, blogs, and me
It is once only a dream for people, both developer and users, to run same program across platform. Internet and Web 2.0 allow us to have that. We are now able to have work program for all devices such as Google doc. We can now have a storage that can be access anywhere from any devices with Dropbox. We can also watch what we want when we want with Youtube. In other word we are free from platform limitation. Today I’ll talk about Web 2.0 pattern “Software above the level of a single device” by Tim O’Reilly.
I’ve once talk about Twitch.tv in my previous post and now I want to use Twitch.tv and its app as an example since there are still a lot of information to explore. Twitch.tv is a game streaming website aim for entertainment of gamers around the world. Twitch also has app for both android and iOS(iPhone, iPad). These apps a lot of functions unlike their web version and there are lots of alternative to view stream video from Twitch.tv such as Streamie. These application turn all your device to be TV with your favorite show.
Twonky Beam is an apps that will stream your video data to your smart TV or any other DLNA devices. Basically, Twonky Beam will allow your TV, tablet, PC and any device you have to run video. Now we don’t have to bother physically connect our PC to TV to watch video streaming. We can just do everything by our little mobile devices in our hands.
Now let see best practices from Twitch apps and Twonky Beam:
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